Blue Ocean Marine Services (BOMS) are underway on a major oceanographic survey campaign in Indonesia involving the deployment of monitoring stations to collect data for the calibration and verification of hydrodynamic and wave transformation models.
The work is being conducted for a major mining client to better understand coastal oceanographic processes for project design considerations and impact assessments. This project is a continuation of previous work successfully conducted at this site by BOMS and will last for 9 months, with monitoring stations recovered and serviced every 3 months.
Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler (ADCP) and high-resolution water level sensors will be housed within trawl resistant frames placed on the seabed in water depths between 20-50m. To reduce human risk of using divers, and any risk of theft, the monitoring stations have been designed to be deployed without any surface markers. The stations will be retrieved by acoustically triggering an release mechanism on the frame remotely from a work vessel, releasing a float and lift-line to the surface which is then attached onto the vessel winch.
Blue Ocean Marine Services have established itself as a leader in the shallow water AUV space but are also very experienced in more traditional metocean and environmental surveys using a wide range of instrumentation.
OUR MONITORING SERVICES EXTEND TO COLLECTING THE FOLLOWING:
- Directional Waves
- Directional Currents
- Water Quality Measurements
- Water Levels / Tides
- Visual Surveys
- Hydrographic Surveys
- Underwater Noise / Acoustic Measurements
- Weather Measurements
- Physical Water & Sediment Sampling
- Real-Time Monitoring Systems
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